Cafe Ki by id, Tokyo – Japan

October 26th, 2013 by retail design blog

Ki means a tree in Japanese. In a garden on an ordinary day or a grove where can be found while taking a walk. Appetizing coffee and pastries are placed on a table supported on wooden branches. It is where such a gentle time can be spent. A pure white space and deep coffee colored trees weave a smooth and quality time.

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